Residence G.R.A. 21
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... were boiled, peeled, and mashed with flour. Then we made the dough into gnocchi, and gave the dough its special shape with the grooves. By this time we were all starving! We didn't end up eating until 2PM. It really takes a long time to cook all this food from scratch!! After making all of the food, we were seated and Chef Andrea turns into our waiter for the 4 course meal! We were all so excited to eat. After cooking and getting ...
... but we couldn't complain because we have been used to complaining about the cold. People kept trying to cut in, but there was no cutting us considering how long we had waited. Once inside St. Peter's Basilica, we really took it all in and made 3 wishes of course. Downstairs we saw the tombs of pope's which was pretty interesting. We then climbed 520 steps to the top of the dome overlooking the entire city. The view was absolutely amazing and it was so cool. The ...
... discovered the merits of having a knowledgable and passionate tour director. It makes all the difference. I have been on three Trafalgar tours now and would cheerfully book another one tomorrow. Advice to all travelling to Europe - check which tour Emile is the travel director and go with that one, you won't be disappointed Off to Florence tomorrow and no doubt more walking. My feet look like they belong to the elephant man. Only one week to go and it will go fast. Still a lot more to ...
... no idea how to prepare the bacon. It looked like a large bunch of bacon was tossed into a skillet and never flipped over - the bottom got burnt and the top layers were not cooked much.
We had another fabulous day. We saw classical Rome today. We visited the Piazza Venezia, the Circus Maximus, the Arch of Constantine outside the Roman Colosseum, the Roman Colosseum, the Pantheon, the Piazza Navona and the ...
Oh. My. Goodness. It has been way to long since I have posted, and I am sorry for that.
Let's jump back to wear I left off. Wednesday of Week 1. We did a walking tour with the Professor of some of the Via del Pellegrino and the ancient road the Pope used to walk when he had to transfer between the two main churches in Rome (St. Paul's and St. Peter's). This was a really cool walk, and the first day I had Varoun's Big Camera, hence all ...